mr.hands wrote:First, even if you take the bar, the likelihood that an employer will give you legal work is small. They have their own lawyers who, you know, practice law. Handing it to a guy who just graduated law school and doesn't practice law is just not happening. Why would they redirect work from legal and send it to a guy whose never practiced law? Because he's interested in giving it a shot?
Can't you read? Greekdebtcrisis already persuasively answered that point:
greekdebtcrisis wrote:If it's a good company, they'll work with you on that front and if you're super anal about it, you can negotiate the terms in your contract that x percent of your work has to be legal, and yes that is possible.
I bet the employment contract specifies that 35% of Greekdebtcrisis's work "has to be legal." When only 10% of work is legal, he will sue company for breach of contract. Advantage: Greekdebtcrisis.